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Serraj Labour Ministry discusses enrolling militias into state institution through training

The Ministry of Labour and Chief of Staff aligned to the internationally recognized government based in Tripoli and led by Faiez Serraj discussed on Tuesday ways of organizing and enlisting what they euphemistically referred to as the ‘‘supporting forces’’ to the Tripoli aligned Libyan army. Supporting forces is the Faiez …

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Libya complains to Moscow about Russian mercenaries fighting for Haftar’s forces

The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj has confirmed that his government has submitted a complaint to Moscow about Russian mercenaries fighting alongside Khalifa Haftar’s forces that are leading an offensive against Tripoli.

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Serraj government and UNSMIL condemn civilian deaths attributed to Hafter’s forces – Hafter’s forces deny responsibility

The internationally recognized Libyan government led by Faiez Serraj based in Tripoli today condemned in the strongest terms this morning’s airstrike of central Tripoli’s residential area of Furnaj. The strike killed a number of civilians, including children and women the statement said.

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Libya’s Dangerous Political Stalemate

Since mid-2014, when the ongoing low-level civil war erupted in Libya after the failure of the post-revolutionary political reconciliation process, the UN has vainly attempted to push competing Libyan factions toward a compromise. Different UN special envoys launched processes of reconciliation and accommodation that inevitably collided with a complex matrix …

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Al-Sarraj: Forces attacking Tripoli responsible for terrorists’ reemergence

The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj said terrorist cells have stepped up their activities over the last few months due to the recurrent military operations in different areas in Libya, adding that they have taken advantage of the security vacuum caused by ongoing fighting in Tripoli.

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